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and we would hope that you support jim meco for this position. >> good afternoon. i am here to support gil spurloin as a representative on the entertainment commission. i have had the pleasure with working with you. with castro merchants and other groups in the city. gil has been his own best advocate in his comments which were clear and focused on issues that are relevant to the entertainment commission. in my work through the neighborhood association i have had a chance to know him. he spoke about his top -- contributions of open space issues and forgot to mention that he has been a major player in breaking -- bringing consensus into his neighborhood on the fractious traffic issue that has been going on for some time. he has long experience giving has time to improve neighborhoods where he lives. as a practicing attorney, he is knowledgeable and professional. as a neighbor, he gives generously of his time and studies and works hard and gives his time on issues. as an entertainment commissioner, i believe he will represent neighborhoods while also giving a balanced consideration to al
candidates. on behalf of both glendon hyde and jim meko. i got to know them both well. i volunteered for their campaigns and walked precincts with them, and gathered signatures with them. did campaign photography, helped them with writing. i watched them interact with constituents and watched them solve problems. they are both good people. they're both good choices. maybe for slightly different reasons. consider this. they both care about neighborhoods. anna conda or glendon hyde is a performer. i have seen her work with the reds. jim has helped clubs and neighborhoods work together. he has more experience and is an up-and-coming candid it. there is a balance here between my life on the one hand which is a vibrant culture, at culture -- nigel life on the one hand which is a vibrant culture. -- night life on the one hand, which is a vibrant culture. there is a need and protection for people's right to quiet enjoyment of their neighborhood and those two are sometimes in conflict and there are no perfect solutions to try to maximize one is to err on the other. in summary if i'm going to
i wanted to encourage you to reappoint jim meko. he studies these issues in great depth. thank you. >> i have a map here of the entertainment commission and the permits. i have the application for glendon hyde. he talks about being a board member. i have been part of the [unintelligible] since its inception. there is no such thing as a board. and i do not feel that that is where they for him to say something that he is on a board that does not exist. good afternoon. i am john nolte and i am here to ask for the reappointment jim meko. i feel that his reappointment to the commission and his knowledge of the neighborhoods and citywide planning and knowing how to implement the neighborhood policies and so forth, those things are what you need to a commission -- when it was formed, it was not in place. the commission has evolved and he puts things in place that needs to be done, and foresight. thank you. >> hello, i am here on behalf of gil spurloin. i have lived here for 22 years. i have a law practice downtown. in my spare time i manage a group and that is where i met mr. spurloin. we
, hopefully people are going to be a little more responsible about that decision. >> we can only hope. jim carr from the national community reinvestment coalition, communities need the housing market to recover. state and local governments, they're expected to shed more than 100,000 jobs in the third quarter. without the property tax revenues they can't fund operations. communities are facing an uphill battle here if people can't buy homes, jim. >> right. well you're absolutely right. and the problem is not is if the somehow things are leveling out. we're on route to another 2 million foreclosures this year and probably have at least another 2 million in the pipeline on top of that. and so despite the good news that you talked about earlier at the top of the show, the reality of it is that the more likelihood is that home prices are going to continue to slide through the end of this year. one good note is nice, but it doesn't make a song. and so i think there's real trouble in the housing market in the years to come. >> mark kelly, the ceo of remax, you know real estate from the front line
jim, we will grieve, we will miss him and we will never forget jim. he will always remain a part of our law enforcement family. >> reporter: he loved the north bay, it is there his friends and family say he always felt at home, a special spot where he had his arms around others and they had theirs around his. brother-in-law lieutenant fletcher. >> i once sold jim a car, a fox, for two cranberries. he loved the people. jim was about people. i am going to miss him so much. but i think the main reason jim was such a good friend is that he did what his heart and gut told him to. [crying] >> reporter: that was to spend more time not at work but with family. on this day his family said good-bye and thank you. >> my dad was a man who held his children in the highest bracket of his love and in his life his way of life, his job, and in his home. >> reporter: he was shot and killed off duty while helping a friend. there was another friend that said if jim had any last words they would be these. grieve not, speak of me in tears but laugh and talk with me as i was be side you there. back
. and on panel judy miller, cal thomas, jim pinkerton, yellow new american foundation and host of the alan colmes show on fox news radio alan colmes. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. here is look at the final edition of news of the world, a tabloid paper published in the united kingdom and billed as the world' largest selling newspaper. that ended when rupert murdoch closed the paper over growing scandal because of hacked phone messages of celebrities. members of the royal family, politicians and 13-year-old girl who was abducted and killed in 2002. that story was first reported by a competing tabloid, the guardian, claiming news of the world journalists allegedly deleted voice mails on the child's phone to make room for more messages. as a result the girl's family falsely believed she was checking her messages. other accusations claimed news of the world employees hacked voice mails of victims of the 2005 london bombings, soldiers killed in afghanistan and iraq and other child victims. law enforcement are investigating a host of allegations including news of the world employees tri
. is it really that simple? >> more and more states are passing voter i.d. laws, sparking cries of jim crowe from the left. bill clinton is the latest to play the race card. we'll tell you what he he he said. said. welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot. as the debt dragged on this week, a rift occurred within the republican party. it's 2010 against 2012. house republicans owe their majority to the 2010 elections and some are pushing for a tea party style showdown with president obama over taxes and spending and a possible government default, but looking ahead to 2012, senate minority leader mitch mcconnell floated a plan that gives president obama a unilateral authority to raise the debt ceiling and his spending mess. i refuse to help barometer to get reelection marching republicans into a position where we have co-ownership of a bad economy. a default is not better today than when newt begin fritch tried it in 1995 is that it's a brand and the president an opportunity to blame republicans for a bad economy dan henninger, james freeman and kim strassel. kim, a lot of conservati
of the few places it ise possible. i thought i would talk aboutit how jim came to write rosee about the line and the box claiming his memory is not as good as his mind butt actually because he is very modest and does not like to talkke about himself i thought i would talk about how this has happened as he had told me and as the cleaned and from other sources.e bi perhaps to give some background, the jim camejim into a family in eastern massachusetts that was not rose -- a new deal family he had a father who was a dartmouth republican if iin remember, a very large arguments that the dinner and many times family would go to dinner the speaking that was his first exposure to a the world of rose about to begin to get him interested but that did not prevent him from being a central part of the national franklin rooseveltrerohe campain i think you were living in lexington massachusetts at the time? jim organize his own sound amplifier the speaking with the loudspeaker we want roosevelt and other slogans but there was a thunderstormnd and it blew out the speaker and the amplifier shorterort out so
jim: back in west virginia, the greenbrier classic. all three playoff participants are on the green here at 18. 29-year-old bill haas is away. 26-year-old rookie, scott stallings, 6'9" away. in between that you have bob estes at 45, who is ranked 479th in the world. came into the week without a fedex cup point on the season. he had made only one cut, that was the texas open. finished 73rd. he had a wrist injury that sidelined him for quite a while. he was not even able to attend the qualifying school. needed to go back through it because of the injury in order to retain his playing card status. finished 128th on the money list last year, so he was just outside of the exemption. here comes haas. >> he knows the read. >> yes he did. he just overread it last time. jim: straightened it out this time. no. nick: did the same thing again. jim: a three. will that be good enough for extended play? next it will be estes. this is the shot by stallings in regulation. >> again, a very similar putt to the one we have to have. >> i guess we can overread this one to the right. he pushed it. now sta
from salinas. >> for jim mills, life is quite simply all about produce, and evey day, his sacramento warehouse receives tons of it from just about every region in the golden state. >> broccoli from salinas. over here, some artichokes from watsonville and castroville. fennel from a local farm over in yolo. >> but the bulk of this produce doesn't stax here very long. within a few hours, much of it is trucked out to restaurants and businesses in northern california, some delivered by mills himself. he spends hours on the road, visiting farmers and chefs, taking produce from one to the other, and educating both parties along the way. >> may need a look at the progress of a particular crop or report back, maybe some feedback, to the farmer about how the chefs are using it or what they might be looking for in the near future. >> in many ways, produce express and people like jim mills are the link between 1,300 different restaurants in northern california and produce from all over the golden state. today's visit took us to del rio botanical farm in yolo county, where suzanne peabody ashwort
that decision. >> we can only hope. jim carr, communities need the housing market to recover. state and local government, they are expected to shed more than 100,000 jobs in the third quarter. without those property tax revenues they can't fund operations. communities are facing an uphill battle if people can't buy homes, jim. >> right. you're absolutely right. the problem is not as if somehow things are leveling out. we're en route to another 2 million foreclosures and another 2 million in the pipeline on top of that. despite the good news that you talked about earlier at the top shot the reality of it is that more likelihood is that home prices will continue to slide through the end of this year, one good note is nice but it doesn't make a song. and so i think there's real trouble in the housing market in the years to come. >> margaret kelly you're the ceo for remax. do you think we're reaching a bottom here? >> i think we're reaching a bottom. right now we call it kind of a soft recovery. up and down. unlike the kay schiller report, remax does a housing report and kay schiller is a three m
of a regional jet. jim armstrong of our boston station wbz reports. >> worst experience of my life. i will never fly delta again. >> reporter: this early evening collision shaking up passengers on two different flights, one a huge 767 bound for amsterdam and the smaller commuter plane headed to raleigh-durham, north carolina. >> we were on our way from washington to raleigh, and taxiing to take off and the plane clipped our plane. >> reporter: how did everybody on board handle it? >> fine, calm, uneventful. >> it was a nonevent until we figured out that we'd lost the wing and our flight, to amsterdam. >> reporter: passengers on both planes described hearing a loud bang and then feeling a bump, some saying it was almost as if they'd hit a pothole on the runway. >> it was a really big shock. just a really big shock. >> there was a lot of texting, no, there was no screaming. there was some cursing. >> some people were freaking out but everybody was pretty calm overall. >> reporter: when you say freaking out, tell us. >> the girl next to me, she was right by the wing and crying and the other guy was
evening. i'm jim vance. doreen is off tonight. investigators in temple hills, maryland is trying to figure out how the child got the weapon and to whom does it belong? jackie bensen right now has more on our story. jackie? >> reporter: jim, the little boy is recovering here at children's hospital in washington, d.c. tonight. he is lucky to be alive. >> it's a tragedy from everything. >> reporter: neighbor devon adams is in shock to hear that a four-year-old boy was shot on the playground by a five-year-old boy. >> he's a nice little boy. i never would have thought anything. he's not a troubled kid. i used to see him go to school, come back and play. i took him to the swimming pool a lot. it's just crazy in this whole area, man. >> reporter: the scene the police found were horrifying. just before 4:00 p.m., the two were playing with others in the complex. the five-year-old had somehow gotten his hands on a gun. it went off. the bullet struck the four-year-old in the shoulder and penetrated through the other side, narrowly missing his heart. the frightened five-year-old ran into a nearby bui
the procession to the marin veterans memorial auditorium in san rafael. jim was unarmed and off duty when he tried to break up a fight. police say the exboyfriend shot mathison. his willingness to help was characteristic. >> jim was very generous, very kindhearted. he's the type of guy that would do anything for you. many people were surprised that they really didn't have to ask in order to get help from jim. >> if you needed anything, he was the guy that would do it for you. if you needed a fence built, he built it. you needed your car washed, he would wash it. he was an absolute great all around guy. >> mathison's murder was the first in more than 100 years. after shooting him, the exboyfriend took a woman hostage and he was then shot to death by the woman's son. >>> oakland police got their man and another guy after a high speed chase this afternoon. this came to an end at 29th avenue and east 12th street. police say it started when they spotted a suspect who was wanted. that was near 72nd avenue and international. the suspect's car got on to 880 and then got off the interstate. at on
leaders met again today at the white house, but there was no apparent progress. jim wrube on why republicans are blaming the president. >> reporter: president obama called congressional leaders back to the white house for a saturday morning meeting. the latest attempt to make progress on the debt ceiling crisis. >> the truth is, neither party is blameless. and both parties have a responsibility to do something about it. every day families are figuring out how to stretch their paychecks. >> reporter: despite having pulled out of talks with administration late friday, house speaker john boehner did attend the saturday meeting and he said he pulled out because mr. obama moved the goal posts at the last minute. >> there was an agreement on some additional revenue, until yesterday when the president demanded $400 billion more, which was going to be nothing more than a tax increase on the american people. >> reporter: speaking on background, the administration denies any goal posts moved and said boehner was offered a plan that would have brought about 3.5 to $4 trillion in cuts, while
we have, your name. >> jeffrey williams. >> and jimmy jams. >> reporter: jim mcreynolds is back there on keyboard. are we ready to go? maestro, music, if you please. ♪, , ♪ >> reporter: we're running out of time. the young vic theater 41st year. >> wwwytb.org. >> reporter: thank you. great performance. tim mcreynolds, do you know any other songs? it's just another manic monday. awesome, awesome. young vic theater. it starts this weekend right here at bryn mawr school. >> we need to have that piano for the meltdown. >> we'll take it to a new and unthought of level. >> i hear you. >>> all right. coming up next on wjz. >> i'm jessica kartalija. we're here with elmo. we're talking about the late great jim henson. great jim henson. that story's,,,,,, somebody help! [ gasps ] my hero! anyone can be a hero with the new captain america cherry coolatta from dunkin'. get yours for a limited time only. america runs on dunkin'. hurry in today for your first avenger tri-cup while supplies last. i think it can. one of the challenges for kayla being gluten-free is actually finding choices
highly recommend the book. i am sure you can get it at the local bookstore. i want to start with jim newton. this amazing justice for all, history of earl warren and the nation he made. jim newton is a pulitzer prize-winning journalist. he is a senior fellow of ucla public affairs. he has a new biography coming out with dwight eisenhower and his white house years. we can segue into that history and you may know his name. it was done in the new yorker about the discovery -- from eisenhower in the new yorker. a really fascinating article that came out recently. with that i would like to turn it over to jim and have him tell us how we got into writing about earl warren. >> a cue for being here. before i say anything, it was a finalist for the book prize in history last night. what she should also tell you, the winner of the los angeles times. [applause] >> earl warren. i started poking around in 2001. i became an editor at the time and was responsible for california government and political coverage. i was initially drawn to his curiosity about his time as governor. you know earl warren
sheriff's deputy killed while helping a friend. jim mathison was a nine year veteran of the department. >> reporter: when you met jimmy, he was your friend. >> he was considered a father figure. he was a mentor. he was a leader. >> reporter: marin county sheriff's deputy was happiest when he was surrounded by feel and friends. today those loved ones turned out in marin county to surround him one last time. >> i don't know how this one guy can help people in a lifetime. >> reporter: they filled the auditorium with tales of mathison's big heart and even bigger spirit. >> some people offer to help you move. jim just did it. all of a sudden he shows up. if somebody was building a deck, jim was there. if somebody was needing gravel, jim was there. >> reporter: he worked as a construction worker until at the age of 40 he followed a calling. >> we don't get many people joining the department at 40, but jim really took to it. he always wanted to help people and he finally found a profession where he could help a lot of people. >> reporter: friends spoke of him pitching n ining in. it was in th
. clopper ] i don't talk to them as much as cindy does... good morning chickens! [ jim ] you know, that's our business so we want to be the experts in chicken. we're not the status quo. perdue is the first and the only chicken company to have usda-process-verified programs for fresh all-natural chickens. [ jim ] this is an all-vegetarian diet, no animal by-products, no animal fat. [ joe ] we never have used steroids or hormones of any type. it's not gonna happen. [ joe ] and always raised cage free. we set our goals higher than anyone. we're trying to make a better chicken. [ jim ] my dad did, my grandfather did and it's what we do today. >>> it's kind of hazy. it's a little bit steamy. >> how long until the showers get here? >> around 4:00. >> yeah, at 4:00. we'll see what bubbles up. we want to concentrate on tomorrow. 're living large for five days. tuesday and wednesday, it will be a little cool front jutting into the area. nothing that should ruin either day. 88 midweek, wednesday. >>> make sure you stick around for the lineup. be sure to stick around for "blue bloods" and then eye
and customized rate quote. [ jim ] you know, that's our business so we want to be the experts in chicken. we're not the status quo. perdue is the first and the only chicken company to have usda-process-verified programs for fresh all-natural chickens. [ jim ] this is an all-vegetarian diet, no animal by-products, no animal fat. [ joe ] we never have used steroids or hormones of any type. it's not gonna happen. [ joe ] and always raised cage free. we set our goals higher than anyone. we're trying to make a better chicken. [ jim ] my dad did, my grandfather did and it's what we do today. >>> media mogul rupert murdoch is doing damage control as there is flu fallout from britain's phone hacking scandal threatening his media empire. >> media mogul rupert murdoch faced a mob of reporters as he met with his em battled c.e.o. rebecca brooks in london. british police will question her later this week about the phone hacking coverup that happened on her watch. cameras caught murdoch reading sunday's final edition of the "news of the world." the paper ended a 168-year run after news broke that journal
: jim, 35 minutes of horror. she and her little boy carjacked. she said she thought the man was going to sexually assault her. and kill her. in front of her son. >> i'm so scared. it's a nightmare. >> reporter: her name is elsia. she says that this man carjacked her lexus while she and her little boy were inside. and he took them on a bone-chilling, life-threatening ride from baltimore to the washington beltway before she grabbed her child and jumped to safety. >> i asked him to pull over thousands of times. >> reporter: what did he say? >> he didn't. he just kept on driving. >> reporter: it all began last night with a potato chip shoplifting at this gas station in west baltimore. on the security camera, the store owner identified the suspect as the man in the blue hat. when the clerk went after him, he dropped the chips and then carjacked that lexus. as he backed away, he ran into another car as he made his escape. >> i said, just let me get the baby out. you can have the car, just let me get the baby out. >> reporter: they say he drove erratically, shifting from lane to lane, someti
morning, july 9. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm jim bernard with your weekend weather after the heatup this weekend, looks like cooling near normal as the coastal air-conditioner kicks into play. lots of fog out there. i'll have the details coming up in a few minutes. >> sounds good. thanks, jim. >>> topping our news this morning, a major shooting investigation ties up traffic in the east bay. it happened last night after someone fired at a hayward police officer. a number of law enforcement agencies responded to this shooting scene near cypress and austin avenues in hayward. as you can see, of the investigation had several streets blocked off overnight for several hours. so far no suspect description is released. >>> san jose police getting help from federal immigration agents to stop gang violence but not everyone is happy about it. more than 100 people turned out for a prayer vigil last night saying the agents aren't welcome in their city. they are worried about a plan to go after gang members who are illegally here, concerned that nongang members will be targeted, as well. police c
:00 this morning, the solemn procession arrived at auditorium. not far from the court and jail where jim mathison worked the last few years. >> he was guy that would do anything for you. if you needed a fence built, he would build it. if you need your carwash, he would wash it. >> he was 49. nine years ago he decided on a career change, going from a life in construction to a passion for law enforcement. >> we liked him so much. he was very understanding and everybody loved him. he was dedicated to his family. >> he was also dedicated to his friends. week and a half ago he end with to a friend's house near petaluma. her daughter was being harassed by an ex-boyfriend but thomas haloran showed up and shot mathison. it had been hundred years since a marin county sheriff's deputy has been murdered. >> the entire department is in mourning. jim is very well known throughout the department. it's hard to find anybody that hasn't had an experience with jim in the deputy the. >> he leaves behind a wife and two sons, ages 18 and 21. at least one of the sons will speak here today. they will presented with a c
their respects tomorrow to marin deputy jim mathiesen. the funeral starts at 11:00 a.m. kron 4's reggie kumar tells us how he was killed and what you should expect. >> on friday for the funeral deputy jim mathiesen a traffic advisory will be in effect. police say people can expect major traffic delays around marine county marin veteranÁ memorial auditorium. look at this map, between 800 and 1200 people are expected to attend the service. jim mathiesen was with the department for 9 years. worked that jail and county courthouse. he was unaround and off duty when he was asked by his friend to come to her home last tuesday because her daughter was receiving threatening texas messages from thomas halloran. thomas halloran pulled out a gun and shot the dep ate twice. he then took him hosten and his son pulled out a gun and shot and killed him. reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >>> family and a community mourn the death of a man for his kindness. somebody shot him and his family. this is video of where the shooting happened in oakland. the family was helping feed the homeless when somebodyopenned fire. th
morning chickens! [ jim ] you know, that's our business so we want to be the experts in chicken. we're not the status quo. perdue is the first and the only chicken company to have usda-process-verified programs for fresh all-natural chickens. [ jim ] this is an all-vegetarian diet no animal by-products, no animal fat. [ joe ] we never have used steroids or hormones of any type. it's not gonna happen. [ joe ] and always raised cage free. we set our goals higher than anyone. we're trying to make a better chicken. [ jim ] my dad did my grandfather did and it's what we do today. 3- 3 todayy mmrks the th code red day f it comee on the heels of two &&pheet related deathh. joel . smith is live at arrool park o 3&pwatching muchhmore than just good morning joel d.. &p3 good moning patrice, (aa lib) codeered is a 3ddsignation by the city hat -3 cooling centers willlbe open today, but there's another code to think about too... &pthe air qualltt index is a term we're getting used oo hearing, but really what is it? yesteeday was code red d
don't talk to them as much as cindy does... good morning chickens! [ jim ] you know, that'sinur business so we want to be the experts in chicken. we're not the status quo. perdue is the first and the only chicken company to have usda-process-verified programs for fresh all-natural chickens. [ jim ] this is an all-vegetarian diet no animal by-promacts, no animal fat. [ joe ] we never have used steroids or hormones of any type. it's not gonna happen. [ joe ] and always raised cage free. we set our goals higher than anyone. we're trying to make a better chicken. [ jim ] my dad did my grandfather did and it's what we do today. >>> we are following breaking news from alexandria. there are major delays from the blue and yellow lines and metro project demand either jumped or stepped in front of an incoming train and was killed the metro trains in the area are running on a single track as the police investigate. >> lee of had a dramatic and -- evening so far -- we have had a dramatic evening so far. >> i think that may move to our south. there is the process line out near
, this is the development in the growing phone hacking scandal that seems to be changing by the hour. nbc's jim maceda is live for us in london right outside parliament with all the details. jim, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, lynn. well, all eyes will be on a that building behind me, the parliament, and a small room inside that parliament building just big enough for about 40 or so spectators, but there will be overflow rooms with lots of television screens. this is must-see tv today for all of britain and elsewhere. as one politician here put it, the three musketeers of the murdoch media empire and that phone hacking scandal will appear later today. now, they'll be grilled by ten members of a select committee on culture, sport and media. it doesn't sound very threatening. these hearings will only last for an hour. for rupert and his son james murdoch and another hour for rebekah brooks, who was the chief executive of murdoch's british holdings until she resigned last week. for the second hour. now, members of parliament will try to get the murdochs and brooks to commit themselves to
's daughter. a dozen motorcycle officers led the recession to the auditorium. jim was unarmed and off-duty when he tried to break up a fight between his friends daughter and the exboyfriend. the exboyfriend shot and killed him. >> jim was very generous, kind- hearted. he's the type of guy that would do anything for you. many people were surprised, they didn't have to ask in order to get help from jim. >> if you needed anything, he'd do it for you. if you needed your car washed, he'd wash it. he was an absolute great all- around guy. >> reporter: matteson's murder was the first from the sheriff's department's in more than 100 years. >>> the santa clause fired from the macy's in union square for telling a racy joke has died. he was found as i had hotel today. he worked at the bar after macy's dumped him and the bar gave him a lifetime contract to play santa. he was 69 years old. >>> and in oakland, the mayor put the spotlight on these kids. they are spending the summer cleaning up the city. they're part of one of many city-paid youth teams, tasked with picking up litter. this is one of
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